1. "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_Right

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    "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_Right Student: Leonora Bustamante Sauma Instructors: Hernan Diaz Alonso with Ivan Bernal SCI-Arc // Spring 2015

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    • "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" FINAL All

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      "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_All Student: Leonora Bustamante Sauma Instructors: Hernan Diaz Alonso with Ivan Bernal SCI-Arc // Spring 2015

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      • "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_Middle

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        "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_Middle Student: Leonora Bustamante Sauma Instructors: Hernan Diaz Alonso with Ivan Bernal SCI-Arc // Spring 2015

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        • "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_Left

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          "Surfaces to Flowers. Masses to Flesh" Final Animation_Left Student: Leonora Bustamante Sauma Instructors: Hernan Diaz Alonso with Ivan Bernal SCI-Arc // Spring 2015

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          • Secession

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            SECESSION est une fiction collective qui se propose de repenser l’espace européen comme "espace migrant", "espace de traductions". Le projet a été conçu par la Société européenne des Auteurs en faisant appel à des écrivains, universitaires et artistes de différents horizons. Les essais, articles et textes liés à la Sécession sont publiés sur le site http://www.seua.org/secession-camille-toledo/ Secession is a project by Camille de Toledo Video documentary: Directed by Chloé Guerbois Shot by Chloé Guerbois, Romain Ronflette and Caroline Fayette

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            • Utopian Pulse

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              Psychedelic poster of the exhibition at Secession Museum of Wien

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              • Secession Session 2: Secession Made in the USA with Joshua Clover

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                Joshua Clover is the author of two books of poetry and two of cultural history and theory:The Matrix (British Film Institute, 2005) and 1989: Bob Dylan Didn't Have This to Sing About (University of California, 2009). His new book of poetry, Red Epic, is forthcoming from Commune Editions (spring 2015) and a book on the political economy of struggle, Of Riot, will be published by Verso in spring 2016. His column "Pop & Circumstance" appears monthly in The Nation. He has won yearlong fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Fine Arts Work Center, and the Cornell Society for the Humanities. He is a professor of English at the University of California, Davis; in spring, he will convene a Residential Research Group on culture and finance capital at the University of California Humanities Research Institute. A collaboration with BAM/PFA for MATRIX 257, The Secession Sessions is an exhibition and series of related public programs exploring a place caught in a contested narrative--the disputed region of Abkhazia, located along the eastern shores of the Black Sea. Consisting of a new film, Letters to Max (2014); a pseudo, unofficial embassy ("Anembassy") for Abkhazia staffed by the former foreign minister of Abkhazia, Maxim Gvinjia (also the star of the film); and a program of conversations and public events, The Secession Sessions invites visitors to investigate the question of statehood and representation through the prism of the stateless state of Abkhazia. Baudelaire establishes an open space for discourse and contemplation, while acknowledging both sides of the politically fraught situation. Watch the other secession sessions here: Secession Session 1 vimeo.com/121178834 Secession Session 2 vimeo.com/121694812 and https://vimeo.com/124666197 Secession Session 3 vimeo.com/121801703 Secession Session 4 vimeo.com/124471246 and https://vimeo.com/120221133 Secession Session 5 vimeo.com/122398341

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                • Secession Session 1: The Anembassy is Open (FULL VERSION)

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                  This conversation was hosted by Karen Fiss, professor of visual studies at California College of the Arts. Maxim Gvinjia, the former foreign minister of Abkhazia was present on skype from Moscow, Russia. A collaboration with BAM/PFA for MATRIX 257, The Secession Sessions is an exhibition and series of related public programs exploring a place caught in a contested narrative--the disputed region of Abkhazia, located along the eastern shores of the Black Sea. Consisting of a new film, Letters to Max (2014); a pseudo, unofficial embassy ("Anembassy") for Abkhazia staffed by the former foreign minister of Abkhazia, Maxim Gvinjia (also the star of the film); and a program of conversations and public events, The Secession Sessions invites visitors to investigate the question of statehood and representation through the prism of the stateless state of Abkhazia. Baudelaire establishes an open space for discourse and contemplation, while acknowledging both sides of the politically fraught situation. Abkhazia is something of a paradox: a country that exists, in the physical sense of the word (a territory with borders, a government, a flag and a language), yet it has no legal existence because for almost twenty years it was not recognized by any other nation state. And so Abkhazia exists without existing, caught in a liminal space, a space in between realities. Secession Session 1 vimeo.com/121178834 Secession Session 2 vimeo.com/121694812 and https://vimeo.com/124666197 Secession Session 3 vimeo.com/121801703 Secession Session 4 vimeo.com/124471246 and https://vimeo.com/120221133 Secession Session 5 vimeo.com/122398341

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                  • theartVIEw - Artists and Poets at SECESSION

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                    "Artists and Poets" at SECESSION is Ugo Rondinone’s third exhibition dedicated to a wide-ranging exploration of the relationship between visual art and lyric poetry and the articulation of his conviction that the arts possess a spiritual and transcendental power. Rondinone firmly believes that creativity, whether it takes the form of a poem, a sculpture, or a painting, can affect us deeply. Rondinone postulates that works of art—like poems—can be understood through feeling, intuitively, and require no prepackaged interpretation "any explanation will reduce the poem and the artwork to the sayable, and every poem and artwork holds what is essentially unsayable." His emphasis is on the showing of art, each artist is represented by a sizable ensemble of works, and the placement of the art in pairs encourages dialogue between the oeuvres and a larger conversation throughout the exhibition. February 12 – April 12, 2015. With works by Justin Matherly, Bob Law, Michaela Eichwald, Giorgio Griffa, Fritz Panzer, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Heimo Zobernig, Donald Evans, Andra Ursuta, Michael Williams, Fritz Hartlauer, Tamuna Sirbiladze, Andrew Lord, Gustav Klimt, and John Giorno. Dial-A-Poem is an installation by the American performance artist and poet John Giorno in collaboration with the Vienna Poetry School. Visitors may listen to thirty poems by Austrian writers in Secession’s Grafisches Kabinett or by calling the Vienna landline number +43 (0)1 58 50 433. Poems by: H.C. Artmann, Ingeborg Bachmann, Christoph W. Bauer, Wolfgang Bauer, Jürgen Berlakovich, Ann Cotten, Franz Josef Czernin, elffriede.aufzeichnensysteme, Franzobel, Martin Fritz, Elfriede Gerstl, Maja Haderlap, Bodo Hell, Christian Ide Hintze, Christine Huber,Zuzana Husárová, Ernst Jandl, Christian Loidl, Friederike Mayröcker,Heidi Pataki, Judith Nika Pfeifer, Rosa Pock, Reinhard Priessnitz,Sophie Reyer, Gerhard Rühm,Gerhard Ruiss,Robert Schindel,Ferdinand Schmatz, Liesl Ujvary, Hubert Weinheimer. "Artists and Poets" in der Wiener SECESSION ist die dritte Ausstellung, die Ugo Rondinone der Beziehung zwischen Kunst und Lyrik widmet. Er verleit damit seiner Überzeugung von der spirituellen und transzendentalen Macht der Kunst Ausdruck, getragen von dem festen Glauben, dass schöpferische Leistung – sei es in Form eines Gedichts, einer Skulptur oder eines Gemäldes – etwas im Menschen bewirken kann. Rondinone postuliert einmal mehr, dass Kunstwerke – wie Gedichte – gefühlt und intuitiv verstanden werden können und keiner vorgefertigten Interpretation bedürfen. "Jede Erklärung reduziert das Gedicht und das Kunstwerk auf das Sagbare, wo jedes Gedicht und jedes Kunstwerk grundsätzlich das Unsagbare umfasst." Dass es ihm um vorrangig das Zeigen von Kunst geht, macht er in der großzügigen Form der Präsentation deutlich: Alle KünstlerInnen sind mit größeren Werkgruppen vertreten und werden jeweils paarweise in einen Dialog und miteinander in Beziehung gesetzt. 12.02. – 12.04.2015 Dial-A-Poem ist eine Poesie-Installation von John Giorno mit Gedichten von 30 österreichischen AutorInnen zu hören im Grafischen Kabinett der Secession und unter der Telefonnummer +43-(0)1-58 50 433.

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                    • Vienna Interior Lecture at the Secession

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